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that it has a hollywood backdrop and that one of the players is a very well-known name. garrett warren was at the top of his game, a hollywood stunt man who had mastered the art of make believe violence. but one night he answered the door of his home and faced the real thing. >> when a bullet hits you, you don't really know tt it hits you. not like you see in the movies. >> reporter: but he was hit, four times, at close range. >> i fell back behind my door to the ground, and then he walked in and put the gun in my head and when i saw him squeeze the trigger i flinched just like this, like a fighter would. the bullet went straight through my head and came out my head. >> pretty good reflexes. >> like "the matrix," keanu going back and hitting him. so as much as i moved, i still got hit. >> reporter: somehow garrent warren survived. now the question was who shot him and why? >> it was apparent that this was a hi. dealing with a hit man scenario. >> reporter: and police eventually did find what they found a hit note targeting garrett, evidence that ultimately led to a glammious fem me fat
for the senate in massachusetts. mark, defense your profession. >> ag cannot defend candidate warren. i don't know her circumstances but i will tell you this. you will find in the practice of law people who treat it like a profession and people who treat it like a business. i rejected a case the other day suing a member of dental clinics to committed medicaid fraud on needless services on children. do we throw away all dental clinics because that one was not using it as a profession but was treating it as a business? stuart: we wouldn't sue him. you would not. even though they were taking the taxpayer for $85 million. >> they pay that fine to the federal government entering bankruptcy court. all i would be doing was going after insurance dollars in that case. stuart: when you have the good moral position to say i won't go after them. >> wasn't out of morality. they need to be gone after. i don't have time to go after them. i will tell you this. most law firms i know of spend 15% of their time and energy and money doing pro bono work for people who pay nothing at all. stuart: i am not knocki
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